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    Default Where to connect the display?

    Hi,

    Looking at this board:
    ASRock > P75 Pro3

    That has no display connector has it? No VGA or DVI or HDMI output as far as I can tell...but it supports builtin GPU...so how to connect the display?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Where to connect the display?

    Yep. I think you need to be looking at a different MB if your CPU has an iGPU
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    Default Re: Where to connect the display?

    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    Yep. I think you need to be looking at a different MB if your CPU has an iGPU
    Ok, I will find one with display output - thanks.

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    Default Re: Where to connect the display?

    That board supports CPUs that have an iGPU, but does not support the iGPU at all.

    That is one weird board, no integrated graphics support, and for "small business" too? Out of all the Ivy Bridge (non-E) processors, only one does not have integrated graphics, and only three Sandy Bridge (non-E) processors do not have integrated graphics.

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